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Nowhere is the gap between what the market wants - and what it gets - from the education sector more evident than in the information and communication technology sector. In less than a decade, software companies have seen their share in employment triple with size of remuneration far outstripping counterparts from other industries. Industry figures estimate that turnover could double once over in the coming several years if the right conditions are created.
This brief explores the relationship between teachers’ gender and students’ mathematics and science achievement, as well as gender differences in science and mathematics teachers’ self-efficacy and its relation to job satisfaction.
United Nations University Institute on Computing and Society, International Telecommunications Union, 2019
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